The PETA International Science Consortium co-hosts workshops and webinar series to develop replacements to using animals in inhalation toxicity testing and awards $400,000 worth of in vitro inhalation exposure equipment to...
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Follow the PETA International Science Consortium inside laboratories and boardrooms, and see how a team of scientists is saving millions of animals. The post Video: How the PETA International Science Consortium Saves Animals appeare...
Scientists in Singapore have developed a new way to tell if drugs will be toxic to human kidneys—without using animals! The post New Software Can Replace Cruel Kidney Toxicity Tests on Animals appeared first on PETA.
Several scientists won a PETA International Science Consortium award for efforts that will help animals and humans. The post PETA Science Group Presents Awards for Helping Animals and Humans appeared first on PETA.
Animals forced to inhale test substances while stuffed inside tubes—but we're funding a better way to conduct tests! The post PETA Int’l Science Consortium Announces Chance to Win a $100,000 Award appeared first on PETA.